Kitty O'Neil
11.00 in HIGH x 28.00 in WIDE
(27.94 cm HIGH x 71.12 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

The left side of the poster has the text: "The Poster Project: / Celebrating Women / This poster is one in a series produced for / buses and other public places. The project / was made possible through the generous / support of the California Arts Council, the / National Endowment for the Arts, the / Atlantic Richfield Foundation, Standard / Brands, The Ahmanson Foundation, and the / Women's Building. / The posters were produced by letterpress / on a Vandercook 219P using the Woman's / Building graphic studio. Two hundred cop- / ies were printed for public display, along / with a signed limited edition on Arches / cover paper. / The poster Project was directed by Cheri / Gaulke, the Woman's Building CAC artist- / in-residence, working with collaborating / artists: Harriet Sherry Smith, Julie San- / toro, Sandra Golvin, Connie Macias, Pam / Shanley -Daube, and Jan Darmer; Bonnie / Thompson Norman, technical advice. This / poster was designed by Jessica Stumpp. / For information contact / The Woman's Building, Los Angeles / 213-221-6161".

The right side of the poster has the text: "Kitty O'Neil" directly below this is repeated in American Sign Language through small drawings of hands. The text continues: " 'Deafness is not a handicap / but a challenge to conquer.' / Born deaf, of Native American-Irish descent, / Kitty O'Neil's accomplishments include: / Junior Olympics driving champion / 26 race car speed records / Hollywood stunt woman". The lower right corner has a green and white checker pattern. The left side of the poster has a the same checker pattern with a stylized drawing of a seated female figure, she is wearing a race car drivers suit with patches displaying the logos of various sponsors and leaning her right arm on a red helmet. The far left side of the poster has a white background and a large inscription.
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